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Governor Brazil
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In Brazil, the governors are the chief executives of the states of Brazil.

Map

A map of Brazil showing the political parties of current state governors. Each state is colored according to the political party its respective governor belongs to.

Current governors

Reunion between the president of the Republic and the governors, March 6, 2007

Caption:
1) Upper row, from the left to the right: min. Fernando Haddad, gov. Luís Henrique da Silveira (Santa Catarina), min. Tarso Genro, gov. Ivo Cassol (Rondônia), gov. Blairo Maggi (Mato Grosso), gov. Paulo Hartung (Espírito Santo) e gov. André Puccinelli (Mato Grosso do Sul).
2) Central row: min. Paulo Bernardo Silva, min. Dilma Rousseff, gov. Aécio Neves (Minas Gerais), gov. Sérgio Cabral Filho (Rio de Janeiro), gov. José Roberto Arruda (Distrito Federal), min. Guido Mantega (on te phone), gov. Cássio Cunha Lima (Paraíba), gov. Ottomar Pinto (Roraima), gov. Roberto Requião (Paraná), gov. Wellington Dias (Piauí), desconhecido, gov. Teotônio Vilela Filho (Alagoas) e gov. Jackson Lago (Maranhão).
3) Lower row: gov. Jaques Wagner (Bahia), gov. José Serra (São Paulo), gov. Marcelo Miranda (Tocantins), gov. Eduardo Campos (Pernambuco), gov. Eduardo Braga (Amazonas), president Luís Inácio Lula da Silva, vice president José Alencar, gov. Yeda Crusius (Rio Grande do Sul), gov. Alcides Rodrigues (Goiás), Marcelo Déda (Sergipe), gov. Wilma de Faria (Rio Grande do Norte), gov. Waldez Góes (Amapá), Ana Júlia Carepa (Pará) and gov. Cid Gomes (Ceará).
Note: The only absent governor was Binho Marques, from Acre.

References


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